CCPC collects and retains various documents from the NYPD that contain identifying information. These documents are reviewed and analyzed in order for us to make recommendations and findings regarding the NYPD's anti-corruption systems.
Audit report of the Administration for Children’s Services to verify whether the Administration for Children’s Services had enough commands over adoption subsidies, and sent subsidy
payments appropriately to adoptive parents in compliance with governing rules and regulations.
Presentation of the audit report of the Department of Citywide Administrative Services to establish whether the agency complied with the provisions of applicable emergency procurement requirements and had competent management in place to supervise the vendor’s services.
Audit report of New York City Department of Sanitation’s awarding and monitoring of its contract with Cariati Developers Inc. to provide emergency adult food access program services in accordance with New York City procurement standards and with due diligence.
Audit report of New York City Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor to verify whether the agency retained sufficient fiscal controls over its City-funded Personal Service and Other Than Personal Service expenditures as demanded by applicable rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.
Presentation of the audit report of New York City Mayor’s Office to verify whether the agency comply with Local Law 27 which instructs that each City agency appoint a disability service facilitator to organize its efforts to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The FY 2021 Quarterly Report Part II: Diversity and EEO Training Summary 3rd Quarter for the Department of Design & Construction includes a brief description of the trainings required by DCAS and the Agency. The summary mentions trainings which cover diverse subjects for all employees.
A report on the agency's efforts during the previous quarter to implement the plan adopted pursuant to paragraph 19 (annual plan) of Section 815(a), including details of agency's efforts to implement equal employment practices, including statistical information regarding total employment, including provisional, seasonal, per-diem and part-time employees, new hiring and promotions in a manner which facilitates understanding of an agency's efforts to provide fair and effective equal opportunity employment for minority group members, women and members of other groups who are employed by, or who seek employment with, city agencies.
Report compiling the mayoral agencies' reports on implementation for agencies covered by the city's agency-based voter registration law, which requires nineteen agencies to distribute voter registration forms to individuals who are applying for, renewing, or submitting a change of address
A quantitative report submitted by the commissioner detailing the number of vehicles contracted as school buses to meet the transportation needs of the school system and demonstrating the extent of their compliance with the requirements to be fitted with diesel engines that meet the goals of pre-determined pollution standards, including data on the age and crankcase ventilation retrofit status of every school bus pursuant to a school bus contract
Report detailing its efforts to provide living wage jobs, indicating whether an agreement with the economic development subsidy recipient mandated the payment of a living wage for any jobs created by the project. If the agreement includes such a mandate, the city or city economic development entity will provide an analysis outlining the number of living wage jobs anticipated to be created beyond those jobs for which a living wage is required pursuant to this section and a description of the applicable penalties if the wage requirement in the agreement is not ultimately fulfilled. If the agreement does not include such a mandate, the city or city economic development entity will explain why such an agreement could not be reached. With Industrial Development Agency (NYCIDA)
Report summarizing the currently effective concessions awarded, including the date each concession was submitted to the Comptroller for registration, a brief description of each concession awarded, the method by which each concession was awarded and the approximate gross revenues received by the City for each concession during the prior fiscal year.
Report regarding purchase of light-duty and medium duty vehicles during the immediately preceding fiscal year. The information contained in this report shall also be included in the preliminary mayor's management report and the mayor's management report for the relevant fiscal year
Annual report of activities, including number of applications for correction, total actual assessed valuation of applications for correction, total number of hearings conducted, total number of applications for which reductions or remittances were offered, total actual assessed valuation of the reductions or remittances, number of accepted offers, and any planned or implemented improvements or modifications in operation.
Annual summary report on findings from all investigations, reviews, studies, audits and other activities of the DOC, including (a) a description of all significant findings from the investigations, reviews, studies, and audits conducted in the preceding year; (b) a description of the recommendations for corrective action made in the preceding year; (c) an identification of each recommendation described in previous annual reports on which corrective action has not been implemented or completed; and (d) the number of open investigations, reviews, studies, or audits that have been open, as of the close of the preceding calendar year, for a time period of (1) six months up to and including one year, (2) more than one year up to and including two years, (3) more than two years up to and including three years, and (4) more than three years
Such report shall identify neighborhoods and populations most impacted by historical incarceration rates, analyze or assess ways in which reinvestment can reduce incarceration rates and identify opportunities for reinvestment in such communities that shall include, but not be limited to, the following: 1. Investments address the root causes of crime and preventing crime, such as housing, public health and social programs; 2. Practices, policies and community investments that avoid contact with the criminal justice system for persons in mental health crisis, struggling with substance use disorder, homelessness and extreme poverty or other situations in which a traditional law enforcement response may be unwarranted or ineffective; and 3. Proposals for legislation, reviews of prosecutorial practices and police procedures that impact any such issues.
Report on the activities of the office, regarding the prevalence of hate crimes during the previous calendar year and the availability of services to address the impact of these crimes. With Prevention of Hate Crimes, Mayor's Office of (OPHC)
Report of service providers which shall include: (a) the nature of assistance to crime victims provided by such service providers; and (b) an assessment of the need for increased coordination for such crime victims
1. An analysis of the root causes of incarceration for older adults, and proposals to reduce the rates of incarceration for older adults. 2. An analysis of re-entry services for older adults, including but not limited to: (i) the unique health needs of older adults, (ii) the costs and benefits of re-entry services for older adults, including benefits associated with reducing recidivism, (iii) how the city can work with the state department of corrections and community supervision to seek the proper provision of reentry services, (iv) the types of re-entry services available, including but not limited to affordable and/or supportive housing, mental health and substance abuse treatment, and employment assistance, and (v) the gaps in current reentry services. 3. Any other recommendations to assist in developing a compassionate post-incarceration older adult reentry policy, including but not limited to potential legislative reforms. With Temporary Task Force on Post-Incarceration Reentry for Older Adults
No later than 6 months after the end of each fiscal year, a report containing: 1. A brief description of such project; 2. The street address of such project and the community district and council district in which such project is located; 3. Whether installation of a geothermal system for such project was determined to be cost-effective based on the use of the screening tool described in subdivision b of this section; 4. Whether installation of a geothermal system was selected for the project based on the detailed engineering and multi-criteria analysis pursuant to subdivision d of this section; and 5. Whether a geothermal system was installed for such project and, if not, the type of system installed.
Report regarding public complaints received by the department for the preceding year, including the total number of complaints disaggregated by the mechanism through which the complaint was submitted and a summary of relevant outreach activities
Report assessing and evaluating each business entity to which it provided assistance in the form of a loan, grant or tax benefit in excess of one hundred fifty thousand dollars, or sale or lease of city-owned land for a project expected, in accordance with information provided by the applicant for the sale or lease, to retain or create not less than twenty-five jobs, to determine whether they met minority and women-owned business goals, if any, pursuant to the contract
Report for the preceding school year regarding efforts to prevent or address sex- and gender-based discrimination and harassment, including discrimination and harassment prohibited by section 1681 of title 20 of the United States code, or title ix of the education amendments of 1972